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  • noun Plural form of abolisher.

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Examples

  • Here was one of the abolishers of the apprenticeship who held that more flogging would have made it work more "splendidly."

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • For the commons, as if bound to pay at once their debt of gratitude to the abolishers of monarchy, would make them their leaders and entrust their destinies to them.

    The Ancient Regime

  • It is asserted that the fault was quite as much on our side as on the other; that our agitators and abolishers kindled the flame for which the combustibles were all ready on the other side of the border.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • It is asserted that the fault was quite as much on our side as on the other; that our agitators and abolishers kindled the flame for which the combustibles were all ready on the other side of the border.

    Pages from an Old Volume of Life; a collection of essays, 1857-1881

  • The question of questions accordingly were, Who is it that especially for rebellers and abolishers, can make a Constitution?

    The French Revolution

  • I would like to know, and have not yet seen/heard discussed anywhere, what the abolishers propose to use as an alternative mechanism for granting citizenship? this thread is way too long and crabby for me to read all the posts, so please excuse me if this has already been covered.

    CHE > Latest news

  • I would like to know, and have not yet seen/heard discussed anywhere, what the abolishers propose to use as an alternative mechanism for granting citizenship? hp

    CHE > Latest news

  • I would like to know, and have not yet seen/heard discussed anywhere, what the abolishers propose to use as an alternative mechanism for granting citizenship? hp

    CHE > Latest news

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